We keep making compilations of the most useful and popular tools for Drupal development and design. In this short and sweet note, we’re going to expand on interaction with the website’s guests via module quizzes.
Quizzes and contests are good ways to improve users' activity and grab the attention of even a relatively passive user. We’ll talk about Drupal modules that enable quizzes, surveys, voting features, and widgets.
Here is our list of Drupal quiz modules that work on Drupal 7, 8, 9, and 10.
Webform is the most popular module in the Evaluation/Rating category. With it, you can create your own forms and contests. As soon as a user submits the form, an e-mail notification could be sent to the user or admins. That’s how the user is dragged back to the site and admins are staying aware of what’s happening.
Webform Default Fields
The Webform Default Fields module is used along with the Webform module. With this module, you can easily create nodes with the same web form fields. A pretty useful feature for job vacancies with a reply form. You can also attach different default fields to different webform-enabled content types.
Use the Quiz module whenever you need graded assessments in Drupal. A quiz is presented in a series of questions. Question randomization, multiple attempts per user, and different question types (true/false, scale, matching, drag and drop, etc) are what you will love about this module.
This module complements the Quiz module with a Cloze question type. In this question type, a word is omitted from a text on purpose. The module suits you if you need to assess knowledge, make a quiz or competition, or deliver any other activity connected with an assessment.
Quiz File Upload
Do you think we’re done with the Quiz Module? Not yet! Quiz File Upload provides users with a cool option: now they are allowed to upload a file as a response to a quiz question. That will definitely make the user’s experience brighter.
The AJAX Pool module lets users see poll results without refreshing the page: only a block with the poll gets reloaded. It means no time wasted and more pleasant UX. This feature works for all website polls. AJAX Poll complements the Poll Module included in the Drupal Core.
The H5P module made by a Norwegian company creates question sets, drag-and-drop questions, and multiple-choice questions. Many more options are available. All the content is HTML5, which means a smooth performance on smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices.
The Advanced poll module partly duplicates the Poll Module. This one provides multiple voting systems (Basic polls, Approval Voting, Borda Count, and Instant-Runoff Voting), decision-making tools, and time and choice management options. With this cool module, you can schedule an opening and closing time for the polls and view each user's vote.
The Poll Blocks modules beat the Drupal Core Poll Module again: whereas Poll provides just one block for the recent poll, this guy creates the block for all active polls.
Want anonymous users to vote on polls? It’s possible with the Poll Enhancements module. what is great about it is that page caching could be enabled. Remember we were talking about getting the attention of even a passive user? It will work for anonymous ones as well! They are supposed to push the button and see results: no need to participate in a discussion or reveal oneself somehow else.
That’s it for this compilation! We hope you’ll find the module that suits your needs and will keep reading our Drupal notes. If you need web dev help, you can get in touch with us by dropping us a line here.
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